WMATA Board Discusses Proposed Service Cuts to Most Metro LinesWhat's better: A more crowded commute that's consistent, or a less crowded trip that's unpredictable? That is the question that will be put to Metro riders in coming months.
Metro Red Line to Switch to Automatic ModeMetro's Red Line will return to automatic train operation on Monday, The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced Thursday.
Metro Posts Safety Videos to Prepare Riders for EmergenciesNearly three months after the fatal smoke incident at L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station, Metro is releasing new safety preparedness videos to show riders what to do in case of an emergency.
Metro Running on Saturday Schedule for Presidents DayMetro trains are operating on a Saturday schedule for the Presidents Day holiday.
Federal Officials to Conduct Safety Inspection of D.C. MetroFederal authorities say they will conduct a safety inspection of Washington's subway system following a fatal accident last month.
Metro on Alert After Increase in Indecent Exposure CasesA recent increase in men exposing themselves on the Metro is causing concern among public transportation officials.
Metro Crime Rate Lowest in Five YearsMetro Transit Police announced Monday that serious crime on Metrobus and Metrorail has dropped to a five-year low for the first half of 2014.
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D.C. Officials Break Ground on Metro Memorial District of Columbia officials broke ground Sunday on a memorial for nine people who were killed in a 2009 Metrorail crash.
Metro: Date of Silver Line Opening Coming Soon The general manager of Washington's Metrorail subway system says he hopes to announce next week the long-awaited start date for Silver Line service in northern Virginia.
Metro Silver Line Debut Delayed For 3rd Time For a third time, officials say construction delays will push back the scheduled opening of a $2.8 billion extension of the region's Metrorail system in northern Virginia.
Metro Ridership Down 22 Percent With Shutdown Metro says it is seeing a 22 percent drop in rail ridership due to the federal government shutdown.